2014 Free Agency – Fantasy Reactions

This is our one-stop shop for all fantasy-relevant free-agent news for the 2014 offseason. Find out what PFF Fantasy staffers think of the signings.

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Hakeem Nicks

2014 Free Agency – Fantasy Reactions

Oakland Raiders v Denver BroncosFree agency is here, and we have already seen a few signings before the league year even rolled over. As usual, we will keep up with all the fantasy-relevant free-agent news here at PFF Fantasy. Click on any article below to check out our thoughts on the signings on both sides of the ball from a fantasy football perspective.

D’Qwell Jackson lands in Indianapolis with the Colts.

Michael Bennett gives the Seattle Seahawks a home town discount after all.

Matt Cassel gets a callback in Minnesota.

The Dolphins replace Chris Clemons with Louis Delmas.

Perry Riley stays put in Washington.

The Giants load up their running back stable with Rashad Jennings.

Lamarr Houston takes off for Chicago.

Darren McFadden re-ups in Oakland.

The Bears give D.J. Williams another year in the Second City.

T.J. Ward joins Peyton in Denver.

Brandon Myers flies south to Tampa Bay.

Alterraun Verner replaces Darrelle Revis for the Buccaneers.

The Lions retain Joique Bell’s services.

Michael Johnson jumps ship for Tampa.

Donald Brown creates a fantasy nightmare in San Diego.

Brown creates a fantasy nightmare in San Diego.

Brown creates a fantasy nightmare in San Diego.

Denver plucks Aqib Talib from the Pats.

Cleveland continues to rebuild adding Karlos Dansby and Donte Whitner.

The Whiz gets his next Woodhead in Dexter McCluster.

Calvin Johnson gets a legitimate running mate in Golden Tate.

Washington gets Pierre Garcon a right-hand man, Andre Roberts.

Jairus Byrd gets his big contract in New Orleans.

Toby Gerhart gets his chance in Jacksonville.

Denver beefs up their pass rush with DeMarcus Ware.

Antoine Bethea bolts for the Bay Area.

Miami moves one step closer to a 3-4 with Tyson Jackson.

Tampa gets a new starter in Josh McCown.

Mike Mitchell joins Troy Polamalu in the Steelers secondary.

The Jets get a bona fide receiver in Eric Decker.

Chip Kelly gets a new toy in Darren Sproles.

Arthur Jones is reunited with Chuck Pagano in Indy.

Revis Island has relocated to Foxborough.


Sproles gets traded to the Eagles. What does that mean for LeSean McCoy?

Philly upgrades their secondary with Malcolm Jenkins.

Justin Tuck heads west to Oakland.

Gus Bradley gets his guy in Chris Clemons.

Minnesota says “Ahoy” to Captain Munnerlyn.

Colts pony up to Hakeem Nicks.

The G-Men retain Jon Beason.

Corey Graham heads north to Buffalo.

The Ravens retain Daryl Smith.

Washington bulks up with Jason Hatcher.

Torrey Smith has a new running mate in Steve Smith.

Garrett Graham stays put in Houston.

Brandon Spikes jumps ship for Buffalo.

Oakland snags veteran pass rusher Lamarr Woodley.

Wesley Woodyard moves on to the Music City.

Cleveland gets their bell-cow in Ben Tate.

Ted Ginn goes west to Arizona.

Jason Babin remains a Jaguar.

Peanut Tillman stays put in Chicago.


Will Peppers keep up production in Green Bay?

The Packers add a pass rusher in Julius Peppers.

Roman Harper bounces to his former rival.

Patriots re-up Julian Edelman.

Cortland Finnegan’s agent gets a deal done in Miami.

New England nabs former Panther Brandon LaFell.

Emmanuel Sanders relocates to the Mile High City.

A number of offensive linemen switched teams.

The Lions keep Brandon Pettigrew around.

Scott Chandler remains in Buffalo.

The G-Men ink DRC.

James Jones heads home to Oakland.

Cleveland steals Andrew Hawkins from their division rival.

Henry Melton is heading to Big-D.

Matt Schaub is the next man up in Oakland.

Jared Allen swaps uniforms in the NFC North.

Knowshon Moreno finally lands in Miami.

Steelers sign LeGarrette Blount, and Le’Veon Bell’s fantasy stock took a hit.

Lance Moore gets his ticket to Pittsburgh.

MJD strikes a deal with the Raiders.


Editor’s Note: Be sure to check out our new Mock and Companion Draft Tool! Utilizing our updated player projections, run a quick mock draft and see where this year’s crop of free agents are coming off the board in early fantasy football drafts.

Hailing from Miami, Alessandro is naturally a Dolphins fan. He has been an avid fantasy football player since the turn of the century and is naturally talented in most things. Especially fantasy football.

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